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Kobo eReader Touch Edition
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Kobo eReader Touch Edition

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The ebook reader market is a funny one, because it has been typically dominated by a couple of companies. With the Amazon Kindle and the Sony Readers being the most popular devices. The real difference between these devices is content. Amazon distribute... >>

WHSmith unleashes Kobo Vox tablet to steal Amazon's Fire

WHSmith unleashes Kobo Vox tablet to steal Amazon's Fire

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Following the launch of the Kobo Touch ereader back in October, WHSmith has again teamed up with the Canadian company to bring the Kobo Vox to the UK. The Kobo Vox was announced across the pond last month as well, but WHSmith quite rightly point out that... >>

Samsung Galaxy Tab gets serious with FT hook-up

Samsung Galaxy Tab gets serious with FT hook-up

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Samsung is gearing up for the Galaxy Tab launch, which is now just days away on 1 November. The electronics giant has announced some key partnerships for the device, which will literally allow you to work, rest and play. Let's start with the work - SamTab... >>

Samsung E60
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Samsung E60

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It seems like everyone is throwing their hat into the ring when it comes to ebook readers. Although at first glance the Samsung E60 is just another ebook reader, as soon as you pick up the box, it is screaming that it is a reading and writing device.... >>

Samsung E60 to take on Kindle with WHSmith partnership

Samsung E60 to take on Kindle with WHSmith partnership

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Samsung has announced that it will be launching its ebook reader, the S60, in cahoots with WHSmith. The S60 has a 6-inch screen (600 x 800 resolution) and has 2GB of internal memory, but that can be expanded using the SD memory card functionality. It's... >>

iRiver Story with Wi-Fi
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iRiver Story with Wi-Fi

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We looked at the iRiver Story back in December 2009 and we liked it. Good construction, wide file support and a QWERTY keyboard round out a spec sheet that challenges most of its rivals. But does adding Wi-Fi bring anything to the mixture? It certainly... >>